Crime and anti-social behavior is a symptom of a much deeper problem and building prisons won't lessen crime one bit. The deeper problem is a social economic and political system that survives by one group of people and exploiting and oppressing another group. Topics: Anarchism, Anarchy, Prison, Crime, Violence, Prison Industrial Complex
At the dawn of creation, Lucifer ignited the fires of rebellion. Now, after an eternity, the gates of Hell are broken and the angels of the abyss walk the Earth once more. In the so-called City of Angels, a terrible earthquake sparks three days and nights of rioting, and tales of the end of the world. The Devil himself walks the burning streets of Los Angeles. Answering the clarion call, demons congregate in the modern Babylon, searching for answers and for blood. This anthology features ten... Topics: Graphic Novel, Adventure, Horror, Comic, Mythology, Angels, Comic Series
Raze the Walls! is reprinting this pamphlet as it presents an overview of the ideas our group works under. Though this article is several years old, it still represents a valid analysis of prisons and the prison mentality that pervades our society. We've decided to continue publishing and distributing this article despite our personal and political break with the author, Michael Lee. Lee has proven to us that he has abandoned the ideas and ideals which he sets out here and which led him to... Topics: anarchism, prison
Michael Lee Johnson is a poet, freelance writer and small business owner of custom imprinted promotional products and apparel: www.promoman.us, from Itasca, Illinois. He is heavily influenced by: Carl Sandburg, Robert Frost, William Carlos Williams, Irving Layton, Leonard Cohen, and Allen Ginsberg. His new poetry chapbook with pictures, titled From Which Place the Morning Rises, and his new photo version of The Lost American: from Exile to Freedom are available at:... Topics: poetry, poems, Michael Lee Johnson, literature, Illinois, Itasca, books, authors, author,...
Michael Lee Johnson is a poet and freelance writer from Itasca, Illinois, heavily influenced by Carl Sandburg, Robert Frost, William Carlos Williams, Irving Layton, Leonard Cohen, and Allen Ginsberg. His new illustrated poetry chapbook, From Which Place the Morning Rises, and photo version of The Lost American: from Exile to Freedom are available from Lulu (http://stores.lulu.com/promomanusa). Also, Challenge of Night and Day, and Chicago Poems, has been published in more than 24 countries. He... Topics: poetry, poems, Michael Lee Johnson, literature, Illinois, Itasca, books, authors, author,...
byCold Gray, Poem by Michael Lee Johnson, Poet, Itasca, IL
Michael Lee Johnson is a poet and freelance writer from Itasca, Illinois. Michael has been published in over 25 countries. He is also editor/publisher of four poetry sites, which can be found at his Web site: http://poetryman.mysite.com. His published works can also be found there. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. His books are available Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_b?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=michael+lee+johnson. Now on You-Tube:... Topics: poetry, poems, Michael Lee Johnson, literature, Illinois, Itasca, books, authors, author,...
byHisao Miyazaki; Michael Lee; Song-Lin Li; Hidefumi Hiura; Kazuhito Tsukagoshi; Akinobu Kanda
We demonstrate a tunneling and rectification behavior in bilayer graphene. A stepped dielectric top gate creates a spatially modulated electric field, which opens the band gap in the graphene and produces an insulating region at the p-n interface. A current-voltage relationship exhibiting differential resistance peak at forward bias stems from the tunneling current through the insulating region at the p-n interface. The tunneling current reflects singularities in the density of states modified... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1111.3428v1
byLemacks, Jennifer; Gao, Junfeng; Hingle, Melanie; Yoon, Donella; Fowler, Joseph; Kobourov, Stephen; Schneider, Michael Lee; Falk, Daniel; Burd, Randy
This article is from Journal of Medical Internet Research, volume 15.AbstractBackground: Increasing an individual’s awareness and understanding of their dietary habits and reasons for eating may help facilitate positive dietary changes. Mobile technologies allow individuals to record diet-related behavior in real time from any location; however, the most popular software applications lack empirical evidence supporting their efficacy as health promotion tools. Objective: The purpose of this... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3713881